Washington Post Will End Its Sunday Magazine

From a Washington Post story by Sarah Ellison headlined “The Washington Post will end its Sunday magazine, eliminate positions”:

The Washington Post will stop publishing its stand-alone print Sunday magazine, the newspaper’s executive editor, Sally Buzbee, announced.

The magazine has 10 staff members, who were told in a meeting that their positions have been eliminated, according to Shani George, The Post’s vice president for communications.

“We will end the print Sunday Magazine in its current form as we continue to undergo our global and digital transformation,” Buzbee said in a subsequent email to staff early Wednesday afternoon. She noted that “we will be shifting some of the most popular content, and adding more, in a revitalized Style section that will launch in the coming months.”